I just finished a pinball game that is not for children in any way. It’s called Senran Kagura Peach Ball. During a fighting game tournament at the arcade, the shinobi girls are accidentally turned into animals. It’s upto Haruka and you to turn them back using the Peach Ball and a pinball machine. Each ending of the game is different, and it was satisfying seeing the girls thank you for helping them. I haven’t felt this good about finishing a game in a long time, and now I’ll finish more games and become the King of Games in the Nightmare Knights under the moon princess.
Last week I started playing Dark Souls, and I’m not going to lie I’ve had my butt handed to me more than I care to admit. The reason I decided to play it was I was feeling unchallenged with games I play, and decided to try it. I got what I wanted and then some. I’ll keep playing, and hopefully be able to, as they say, git gud.
On a separate note, I’ve been absent on posts because I was down on myself and needed mental health time away. Make sure to take care of yourselves, and talk to people who you trust. Well I’m gonna go and try to get to the next area. Take care fellow knights. May the moon guide and protect you.
Yesterday was the final episode of The Rising of the Shield Hero. It was a heartwarming ending to an amazing story. I won’t spoil anything, but if you haven’t watched you really need to. I hope it gets a second season, but if it doesn’t I am satisfied with how it ended. Goodbye for now Shield Hero, thank you for the wonderful adventure.
Update: I just found out Sunday that they have announced 2 more seasons of Shield Hero and I can’t wait to see more.
Well E3 has ended with many cool new games on the way. What blew everything away in my opinion was the announcement made by Nintendo about a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the wild. The trailer was creepy, and we could see Zelda as a playable character. Also the new Animal Crossing game had to be delayed until March so they have time to get it right. There’s plenty of games coming out this year to keep us satisfied until next year. I’m looking forward to Astral Chain in August.
Last night I finished a light novel Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest. It stars a boy name Hajime Nagumo. He’s bullied at school for liking games, anime, and manga. He’s also hated cause the most beautiful girl in school likes him. His whole class is summoned to another world where he’s bullied again for having the most common class, synergist. After almost falling to his death by a classmate in a labyrinth, he undergoes a transformation into, possibly since I’ve only read vol.1, the strongest being alive. After finding a vampire princess sealed away in the labyrinth, and the truth of the world, they set off to conquer the other 6 labyrinths and find a way home. The book is pretty violent and I can’t wait to read more.